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6 Decor Ideas Foodies Would Love

Liven up your space with food-themed furniture and accessories


Your love for food and the culinary arts need not remain in the kitchen. If you're planning to add an extra layer of quirk to your living space, look no further!

There's a saying, the way to a person's heart is through the stomach, and in this case, their eyes will be getting a mouthwatering treat as well. Prepare a feast for the senses and let the following pieces catch the attention of your guests:

Main photos from: Smoko and Quirks.

An easy storage solution

Don’t let your eyes deceive you—these cute canisters also multitask as storage for keys, coins, and what-have-you. Keep them on your bedside table or by the main door so you can grab things quickly.

Pineapple canisters, P1,200 each, Heima

Accent pieces

Small household items with an unexpected pop culture appeal will fit the theme of your home without going over-the-top.

Wall Clock (Tomato Sauce), P950; Campbell Trash Bin, P2,950, Quirks Novelties and Curiosities

Utility with a twist

Vintage Coca-Cola refrigerators and mini storage cases are hard to find in this day and age, so you’ll need to do a bit of online scouring first. The classic look and hot-rod red will surely stand out in the kitchen.

Photo from Ebay.

Wall accents

Looking for a simple way to spruce up the kitchen and dining areas? These infographics are the best choices! Display these posters for a fun and quirky vibe.

Constitution of Classic Cocktails, P2,800 and Exceptional Expressions of Espresso, P2,000, Heima

Conversation starter

Take your cue from German product designer Kirstin Overbeck and give your boring kitchen stools a pastry-licious overhaul. To accomplish this, you would need some extra round pillows, brown cloth or leather, and your sewing materials.

Photo from Kirstin Overbeck via DesignTaxi.

Living Area accent

Too busy to DIY it? Toss in some cute throw pillows to instantly add character to your living room. Want something similar? Click here for details.

Photo from Smoko.



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